In the News: ClickDishes

This post showcases the media coverage of our client ClickDishes. 

It is updated whenever new media coverage is released.

Co-Founder of ClickDishes Vicki Zhou was included in Onmogul’s article about women CEO’s and founders that were attending the 2018 CES conference in January. Here’s a little of what they had to say:

ClickDishes is the first social foodie app and mobile platform to enable all restaurants to offer Starbucks-esque mobile ordering.

…Vicki Zhou is an experienced entrepreneur, having been the Operations and Marketing Manager of another startup, Nomme, which is a food delivery app that has partnered with over 400 restaurants and is one of the top tech women entrepreneurs in Canada.

You can read the full article here.

Thank you Onmogul for covering ClickDishes.

ClickDishes was included in the launch of the Pacific Centre’s new Urban Eatery food court, which sparked a lot of media coverage for the company. Below is a list of publications with links to their articles about ClickDishes:

Thank you all for covering ClickDishes!

Avenue Calgary mentioned the ClickDishes launch in their Food News segment in February. Here’s an excerpt from the article:

Ordering food in Calgary just got a little easier with the launch of the free ClickDishes app in January. Founded by the team behind the Nomme app, ClickDishes offers services like letting you order take-out in advance so that it’s ready when you arrive at the restaurant…

You can find the full article on their website.

Thanks Avenue Calgary for mentioning ClickDishes!

Canadian Restaurant News mentioned ClickDishes in their article about contactless payment.

You can read the full article here.

Thanks for including ClickDishes, Canadian Restaurant News!

Iam.EntrepreneurHub writer Arjun Sondhi sat down with Vicki Zhou and Josh McKissock from ClickDishes in March to talk all about the launch. Here’s an excerpt from the article:

Picture the scene… You have to squeeze a quick lunch in between meetings but you end up wasting five minutes waiting for the order. Sound familiar? Clickdishes recognised this problem for the vast majority of professionals working in big cities so created a product that solves it.

You can read the full article online here.

Thank you to Iam.EntrepreneurHub for covering the ClickDishes launch!

Bakers Beans wrote an extensive article on all things ClickDishes recently. Here’s an excerpt:

We are busy, our kids are busy, our pets are busy and we have a need to get things done quickly and seamlessly. Apps are becoming more mainstream and not only changing the way we think, but the way we go about our daily business. ClickDishes is one of those apps.

To read the full article, you can visit their website.

Many thanks to Bakers Beans for writing about ClickDishes.

Global News wrote a piece in June about the launch of ClickDishes in Edmonton. Here’s a snippet of the article:

Two new apps for ordering food and having it delivered have launched in Edmonton. ClickDishes and Nomme are the latest additions to Edmonton’s mobile food ordering landscape and hope to make buying and picking up food easier and faster.

To read the full article, visit their website here

Thank you GlobalNews for covering ClickDishes.

Sherman Chan of Sherman’s Food Adventures wrote about his experience of using ClickDishes surrounding the Vancouver launch. Here’s a snippet of what he had to say:

I was given an estimate when my order would be ready.  I strolled on over when prompted and everything was already bagged up and read to go with utensils, straws and napkins.  This was extremely convenient and easy to use.

You can read his full experience online on his website here.

Thank you Sherman for sharing your experience with ClickDishes, and we’re glad you enjoyed it!

Shortly after the Edmonton launch, the Edmonton Journal interviewed ClickDishes founder Alec Wang about the app. Here’s an excerpt:

ClickDishes eliminates the lineup for ordering food, and the wait for picking it up with a program that lets diners order and pay before they get to the restaurant, and collect the order at a separate area from other customers.

Read the full article here.

Thanks to Edmonton Journal for the interview and article!

The team behind the successful online food service Nomme announced that they are bringing the next innovative technology solution to the market: ClickDishes Inc. After closing $1.6 Million in early stage funding from angel investors in Canada and Asia, the founders are excited to launch their next food service app.

Here are some articles about the app’s launch:

Thank you to the above publications for spreading the word about the launch of ClickDishes in Calgary and Vancouver.


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